Concern over fuel efficiency is at an all time high, and Ford and Mazda are claiming they’ve produced vehicles with incredible mileage using direct injection. The new Ford Focus and the Mazda 2 both use direct injection to achieve incredibly low fuel consumption. The 2012 Ford Focus is reportedly capable of 40 miles per gallon. Read on! →


Almost every car on the road these days utilizes fuel injection, a manner of delivering fuel to engines to make them run. There are several types, each with their own features, and it’s a seemingly innocuous but vastly important part of what makes cars go. Fuel injection caused the industry to pull the carb over Read on! →


Recently, Mazda announced that the company is testing an engine that will get 70 miles per gallon. The Ford Motor Company had a similar announcement with plans for a 45 mpg engine in the Focus. Neither engine is attached to a hybrid car, but the engines do provide high efficiency within an internal combustion engine, Read on! →


The more automotive technology advances, the more it remains the same. For many pieces of new car technology that come down the pipe, we find that what is being touted as “new” is in fact not new at all, but a marketing ploy. Here are five examples of new car tech that are so old, Read on! →